Help older adults and adults with physical disabilities live inclusively within the community
Home care workers and family caregivers can play a vital role in helping people with disabilities and older adults live more independently in their homes and communities.
Assistance and personal care services for people with disabilities and older adults should always be at its best. CPAC’s training program improves knowledge and skills to deliver the best home care possible. The flexibility and focus of the curriculum creates a training environment that nurtures and promotes a self-directed approach to personal care and daily living.
Every course, from healthy living to emergency preparedness, promotes self-direction principles that promote autonomy and choice for people with disabilities and older adults. Content includes best practices and the latest research that can be used every day.
Available 24/7, learners can progress at their own pace and customize the education applicable to the assistance needs for which they are responsible and to become a more confident caregiver.
The curriculum is developed by the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences in the School of Nursing at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). UCSF is a leading university exclusively focused on health and is singularly dedicated to graduate and professional education.